Make A Donation
When considering poverty in our area, many people feel deep sorrow but conclude that there is nothing we can do. The scale of poverty is immense and we seem powerless to stop it. Such despair is understandable, but the facts tell a very different story. While poverty is indeed extreme and widespread, it is easy to forget just how many people there are with financial power, and how powerful our pocket change can become when pooled together.
When giving to our charity, the size of your donation directly correlates with the number of people you are able to help. But you don’t have to be a millionaire to make a significant difference; even small donations have the potential to drastically improve an individual’s quality of life.
May God Bless you abundantly for your prayers and support of the outreach efforts of this ministry.
Donate A Vehicle
Are you thinking of selling or trading in an old car, truck, boat or RV? Please consider donating your vehicle to the Good Samaritan Ministries. Your vehicle donation is fast, free, convenient, tax-deductible, and you’ll feel good knowing that your donation will help the ministry accomplish its mission.
We accept most cars, trucks, trailers, boats and RVs. If you have any questions about what you can donate, please contact us.Contact Us
Donate Stock or Mutual Fund Shares
Donating a charitable gift of stock or mutual fund shares is a great way to improve the lives of less fortunate. Good Samaritan Ministries, accepts a wide range of financial instruments. As we are a 501 (c)(3) Charity, your donations are qualifying for tax deductions. Good Samaritan Ministries does not provide financial or tax advice on donations.
Urgently Needed Items to Support Our Programs
We are in urgent need of the items listed below to properly care for those in our program.
- Wash Clothes
- Twin Beds
- Pack & Play
- Baby Formula.
The ministry has an urgent need for passenger vans or small vehicles to facilitate the transportation of the residents of our programs to and from their jobs, to doctor appointments, to job interviews and various other obligations.
Many of our residents have to appear before the courts and their lawyers, while others have supervised, weekly visits to their children in other locations. The few vehicles we have now are are old and are essentially doing “double duty” which often limits the effectiveness of our efforts.
Please consider donating your vehicles to help those under the care of the ministry.